Commentary and analysis by author John Michael Chambers
Charlottesville Tragedy – WTFU America!
Shouting from the rooftops here – Charlottesville Tragedy – WTFU America! The following is a segment from my book titled Trump and the Resurrection of America and serves as a valid contribution to the reader in light of the recent events in Virginia. The Hegelian Dialectic is the blueprint for directing our thoughts and actions into conflicts that then lead us to a predetermined solution. Plays right into divide and conquer. We must come to understand how the Hegelian dialectic forms our perceptions of this world, and if we don’t come to understand this, then we will not realize that we are actually helping to implement the vision. When we remain unknowingly locked into dialectical thinking, we cannot see out of that controlled matrix. In 1847 Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels used Hegel’s theory of the dialectic to support their economic theory of communism. Today, Hegelian-Marxist4 thinking permeates our way of life and our social and political structure. It is imperative that we break this and step out- side the dialectic. This is how we begin to return to our own thoughts and conclusions and releases us from controlled and guided thought. Tell everyone you know about the Hegelian dialectic to help awaken the masses.
Divide and Conquer
Most information disseminated by the media machine and all its accomplices such as Hollywood, for example, is nothing more than predictive programming and is false and misleading. This leads of course to division among the people, which plays right into their hands, divide and conquer. With the divide-and-conquer strategy, we have the man behind the curtain winning as he gets his perceived opponents to fight among . This is a way of keeping those in a position of power in power by making the people disagree with each other so that they are unable to join together and remove those from their position of power. Think this through. The people simply regurgitate the spoon- fed talking points from the news like a well-programmed robot. And since they run the media machine, the education system, and much more, you can see how powerful and how effective they are. Thus, a divisive world in chaos and crisis.
We must avoid falling for the Hegelian dialectic and become skillful at recognizing when it is employed. This becomes as easy as breathing once you really see it and get it. Anytime a major problem or issue arises in society, think about who will gain or profit from it. Turn off the mainstream news or at least completely disregard what the machine is saying so that you can remove yourself from the situation. Take a step back to look at it from a third-party perspective. See the so-called “problem,” look at who is reacting, why and in what way. Then look for who is offering up the “solution.” And carefully watch the media’s agenda. Once you get this, all things begin to fall into place. We must all come to understand the Hegelian dialectic, and once we do, we will see many of the events unfolding in a very different light. And then there is no turning back. To summarize this in the simplest way: Problem – Reaction – Solution.
A large-scale problem is created anticipating the reaction of the masses. The people then demand a solution, and the solution is not a solution but rather what the creators of the problem desired (but could not easily get implemented without the large-scale problem). And so the problem is created and the people now willingly accept the “solution”: war, wiretapping, privacy intrusions, gun confiscation—whatever serves the interest of these psychotic perpetrators and merchants of chaos. Another example of this could be the school shootings since Columbine in Colorado back in the 1990s to present day. This illus- trates problem-reaction-solution. Problem: dead children from guns in school. Reaction: outrage over safety for children. Solution: ban guns, “please take away our right to bear arms.” I can cite all kinds of examples of the implementation of the Hegelian dialectic being used around the world today. These are what are known as “False Flag Operations.”6 This, too, is an important subject as false flag operations occur on a daily basis all over the world to an unsuspecting ignorant populace. See 42 admitted false flags.